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ABC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00pm EDT
karen which has weakened sleetly today and will drift slowly toward mobile, alabama, to make lawful, we think in the florida -- landfall, we think in the florida panhandle. foggy first thing in the morning. much more on your weekend and karen coming up. >> all right. overtime costs on the police force. $30million was isn't just last career in the fiscal year. >> are all those shifts putting too much strain on the police department. >> reporter: we found police officers making $40,000, $60,000, even $100,000 in evertime. it looks great on paper but it means a tough job. it's a job that can't be done thinking about punching a team clock. crime doesn't care if it's 35bg or if a police officer has plans. evertime is part of the plans. >> i'm worried about not onlier that safety but the safety of the citizens and the folks they're interacting with. the human body can only work so much. >> reporter: some officers are working a lot enough to earn tens of thousands in evertime showing at least 200 officers who made at least $35,000 in overtime. the police agree it's a problem, but what's th
CBS
Oct 5, 2013 6:00am EDT
look outside. a clear and quiet morning in our area. but tropical storm karen is moving closer to the gulf coast. so will she have an impact on us? meteorologist tim williams has the answers in his first warning weather forecast. >> eyewitness news saturday morning starts now. >>> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm meteorologist tim williams. it is very mild outside right now. you know? you like the days? >> yesterday, i don't know what was going on, it felt lie may or june. >> yes. it is going on, now, we are going dryer and humidity. it is drier and warm. it is humid, it feels more summerlike when the humidity is at today the mix. so wuwe're getting today, starting off with temperatures, you can see, it is a cool start outside, it is 70 degrees in parts of the area. we're at 68 at bwi. we have 68 in oakland and the dew point is in the 60s. so we have the moisture out there. today, temperatures getting up to 86 degrees and patchy morning fog. a partly sunny day and a warm day. our high is 61. mostly cloudy skies, and warm. tomorrow, li
ABC
Oct 2, 2013 5:30pm EDT
storm karen in the next 24 hours, showing good seens of organization,'s suspicionly between the yucatan peninsula -- yucatan and cuba. that's looking more and more impresscy. the hurricane hunt are aircraft should get in there later this evening. most of our computer model guidance brings us into alabama, mississippi or the panhandle of florida. they do drive the moisture up ultimately toward maryland. this would be toward monday and fuse -- tuesday. it could bring a lot of rain, no doubt about it monday and tuesday. it's rain we could use at this point. tonight down to 58, clear and mild. tomorrow 84, your two-degree guarantee as we get this late august weather continuing. check it out. mid to upper 80s on saturday. it's not out of the question one of the days the city will go above 90. we'll bring in the chance for heavy showers as we see what karen brings our way. in the mean team, enjoy the extended summer. >> varen karen was very -- karen was very nice. >> not all karens are equal. this is different karen. >> you might not like this karen. >> hey, we want to thank you who d
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
board. that would be tropical storm karen. watching it carefully, quite a system. more coming up. this is a great time to get the storm shield. so just one download a good thing to have because monday and tuesday things could change. we think the weekend will look like today, hazy and warm. take a look at annapolis on the severn river. how about dundalk today, hazy on the east side. a few clouds billow up. a couple showers up into pennsylvania but none in maryland. take a look at the airport. temperature 85. the real feel temperature close to the upper 80s to near 90. it is warm, unseasonably so. we're in the mid to upper 80s. we'll see some good sunshine, cloud cover at time. uv is moderate. we're up to 72 in the bay after bottoming out. 85 in baltimore. 76 at the beach. we got the sea breeze but for most of the state, if -- it's unseasonably warm and humid. once again, a steam bath scenario. humidity is cranking up. and that really will feel border line. that's a great time it get in. you'll need the cool beverages and dress light. tonight and into the day tomorrow we're lookin
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 7:00pm EDT
track karen. she will affect our weather eventually. >>> coming up next, a wall collapses today because of the east coast earthquake a couple >>> new at 7:00, as if that east coast earthquake a couple years ago wasn't surprising enough, some residents got a bit of an aftershock today. >> part of that fas add of the presidential towers complex fell from the building without warning this afternoon. several courses of bricks fell the parking lot from two stories up, and first responders say it's the result of earthquake damage which had not yet been repaired. >> it's very scary. i was here before. many years ago they were talking about this facade has to be fixed. >> no one was injured and representatives of that complex did not comment to us. >>> we are sweltering about temperatures around the 90s. a blizzard in parts of wyoming and south dakota has brought the region to a stand still. there is three feet of snow in the black hills. winds gusting 70 miles an hour. in the warm sector of the storm severe weather as far north as wisconsin. on the gulf coast residents are praying for
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 4:00am EDT
gulf coast braces for tropical storm karen. forecasters say karen could reach hurricane strength by the time it makes landfall saturday night. jay gray is live a at pensacola beach at the panhandle. are they nervous? >> reporter: i would say cautious and getting ready. this is a storm churning in the gulf. clearing taking a look at the gulf coast. after a quiet summer tropical storm karen is churning in the gulf and could be a hurricane before landfall. >> we are preparing for category 1 and deploying assets consistent with our plan. >> reporter: preparations from louisiana to the florida panhandle. the gulf coast for the first time his hurricane season is on alert. >> we have started to remove some items from the beach area. >> reporter: windows boarded up. sand bags stacked and ready. and some have decided -- >> i'm getting out. >> reporter: to move to higher ground as karen starts to move in. and if karen stays on its current path we should begin to feel the severe effects of this storm sometime this evening. it should make landfall taking aim right now at pensacola beach sometime la
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 11:00pm EDT
karen knocking on the door. 77 in the city. warmnight and humid out there. summer like humidity levels up -- levels up to welcome 100. and we're also of course tracking karen still a strong tropical storm with winds to 65. the first showers from karen beginning to hit is southern edge of the gulf coast of the u.s.. through the overnight, just expecting mild and cloudy conditions. . >>> new tonight, a pedestrian was hit near towson university around 90 tonight. baltimore county police say the driver did stay on the scene and the driver was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. >> charges will not be filed against the driver of a vehicle who ran over a family member. 7year old was from baltimore and died at the hospital. hisgrandfather was pullg the float when the boy fell >>> two firefighters were hurt battling a fire that tore through a shopping center. investigators say it originated inside the back storage area of frank's pizza and caused damage to multiple businesses, game stop, cecil's bank, little cesars, they're all damaged. the damage is estimated at 10 (1)000
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. there will be fog tonight and will prevent much of a cool off for tonight. we still see karen in the gulf of mexico. she will have an impact but not for several days here. tomorrow it will be summer like. we'll talk about how things will be set up for sunday and beyond. >>> day four of the government shut down and things continue with no resolution in site. today the president had a message for the repub. speaker john left a closed meeting. some legislators are trying to open some closed things. >>> to knight we -- tonight we are seeing the trickle down effect. 3,000 employees won't be working next week. the official says at the company that this will be bad if it does -- does continue. if they don't have time left that will be given an advance. >>> you can soon be paying more for milk, cheese, and butt torr. -- dairy prices will go up. if they don't take action soon the price of milk can double from 3 to $6 a gallon. >>> call it a coincidence. take a look at this report. on the far left column the first letters spell out please pay us. someone e-mailed this to a meteorologist. they
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 4:30am EDT
and if karen stays on its current path we should begin to feel the severe effects of this storm sometime this evening. it should make landfall taking aim right now at pensacola beach sometime late saturday and sunday morning. >>> bill karins will have more on karen's path and intensity in a few moments. >>> on day four of the government shutdown the impact is growing more apparent. states could run out of money for women, infants and children food program by the end of the month. >> every day counts. i always promised my daughter that i refuse to let her grow up without a mom. >> she has been told her rare sarcoma could be terminal. without funding and any new institute of health drug trials are on hold, many americans are frustrated. a protester heckled republican congressman steve king tuesday. democrats and republicans alike are pushing their rhetoric and strategy. these moments were captured between mitch mcconnell and rand paul. >> i didn't see an end. we are willing to compromise. we are willing to compromise. i think it is awful for say that over and over again. >> i do,
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 12:00pm EDT
nation. we will have a break down on the numbers. we also await the arrival of tropical storm karen. >> residents along the gulf are preparing for tropical storm karen. to possibly become the first hurricane of the season to hit the u.s. authorities are urging residents to head to higher ground. >> sunshine and scattered clouds right now. rainve seen some spitting through the morning. we are expecting to feel the heavier effects as we move through the evening. it should make landfall in this reach area sometime late saturday into early sunday morning, ringing within strong winds, 60-65 -- bringing with it winds 60-65 miles an hour. today is the last day to prepare for those in the potential strike zone. batten down what you can. we have seen boarded windows and people pulling things off of the beaches. if you are going to move to higher ground, you need to do that in the next you hours. these conditions are going to get for aggressively worse as we move through the weekend. that is the latest. -- news, pence ago to pensacola beach, florida. app tocan use our protect your family. in
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 4:00am PDT
killed. >>> and gulf coast braces for tropical storm karen. >>> the government shutdown enters day four. will those without salary now get back pay later when it's all resolved. >>> news of the bizarre. this two-headed cat. >>> lindsey vonn gets four with tiger woods. offering david letterman perspective with the shutdown. "early today" starts right now. >>> this is "early today" for friday, october 4th. >>> good morning. i'm betty nguyen. from shutdown to lockdown to a fatal shooting on capitol hill these are the harrowing moments of a 12-block police chase, much of it caught on camera. police say a woman tried to drive her car through the white house security fence tuesday. she was later shot and killed. during the incident senators say they were ordered to find cover and fast. >> seemed to be about four shots. >> the police told us to go back. >> the cops say get down and behind the car. we ran where they told us to run back. >> this morning we are learning more about the suspect. 34-year-old miriam carey was a connecticut dental hygienist with suspected issues of mental illness
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
psychosis is by far the most extreme form of post pardem depression. dr. karen mesina says 70% of women experience what's called baby blues after pregnancy. it involves mood swings or crying spells and most people recover quickly, but when this condition lasts longer than a few weeks, that's when post pardem depression can set in. the next stage is the psychosis and these patients experience hallucinations, dilutions, they can hear voices and in some cases, they even have thoughts of harming their own children. dr. mesina says those who feel down for more than a few weeks after pregnancy should seek immediate advice from a physician. we have more information on this, on our health page at wusa9.com. >>> our other big story today, the government shutdown. day four still no agreement. president obama says they want a temporary spending bill on his desk. president obama, joe biden stepped out for lunch today. he has no immediate plans to sit down with republicans. >> i am happy to have negotiations with the republicans and speaker boehner on a whole range of issues. but we can't do i
NBC
Oct 3, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, starting with a slight shower senses over the weekend. tropical storm karen may increase our pretenses. 77 at the airport. with temperatures at 82 degrees in ocean city at this time. clouds are pushing in, so we can anticipate that. the rain chance will increase starting tomorrow. the big story of courses going to be watching tropical storm karen. we will talk about when the rain chances will increase the most coming up in your 11 insta weather plus forecast. >> the man charged with murdering a young couple in their pick down home back in august plead not guilty. 35-year-old millville mason is accused of fatally shooting meghan kerrigan and will munro back in august. police say megan was holding the couples and sent -- and then doddle at the time. the motive behind the crime -- a $10 that. at the agreement this morning, the states that it will seek a life sentence without the possibility of parole cleared the trial is scheduled for december. have you seen this man? latest suspect branded public enemy number one. 26-year-old versa for goode -- christopher goode is considered a
MSNBC
Oct 4, 2013 2:00am PDT
gulf coast braces for hurricane karen. jay gray is live in pensacola beach on the florida panhandle. good morning. are people nervous down there? >> good morning, mara. i wouldn't say nervous, but cautious with winds near hurricane strength. it's causing concern here in pensacola beach and across much of the gulf coast right now. after a quiet summer, tropical storm karen is churning in the gulf and could be a hurricane before land fall. >> we are preparing for category one and deploying assets. >> reporter: preparations that stretch from louisiana through the florida panhandle. the gulf coast, for the first time this hurricane season is on alert. now that we are in a hurricane watch, we have removed the items from the beach area. >> reporter: windows boarded up, sandbags stacked and ready. some who planned for a few days on the beach decided -- >> i'm getting out. >> reporter: to move to higher ground as karen starts to move in. now we have seen a bit of a spitting rain this morning. if the storm stays on the current path, we should feel the real effects later today. it's forecast
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. >> tropical storm karen still bearing down on the gulf coast right now headed probably south of pensacola by sunday evening, winds maybe 60 miles per hour to 50 miles per hour, but she's going to head northeastward, could effect us monday. we've declare monday a yellow alert day. >>> today it's about fema. we're also anxiously watching the approach of hurricane karen. too bad our republican friends didn't think a little bit more about such things on monday midnight. >>> a man has been hospitalized with life threatening injuries after setting himself on fire on the national mall. >> it happened at seventh and madison streets near the national air and space museum. a witness tells authorities she saw the man dump a red canister of gasoline on his head and light a flame. >>> it was a justifiable shooting. i hate to put it in that way, but they had to protect themselves and others. >> reporter: miriam carey did not have a gun but she clearly was gunning at the officers with her vehicle. >> according to cbs news carey told police she was a profit and that president obama had put her and her ap
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
storm karen churns closer to land. we'll see what it could mean for our area. >>> family members are planning to speak out tonight about the woman behind the wheel of a that dramatic place on capitol hill. >> she was shot and killed after trying to ram through a barricade at the white house and leading police through a chase on capitol hill. her 1-year-old daughter was in the car and now relatives say she suffered from post par dumb depression and was delusional. thought the federal government was watching her and president obama was communicating with her. those new details could shed some light on a motive, but tonight there are also new questions about the response. after police opened fire, 26 times on a woman who had no gun. shomari stone is live at the live desk with the suspect's family. >> good evening. that news conference is supposed to take place outside the victim's sister's home in brooklyn, new york. now, here's a live picture as we wait to hear from them. now, moments ago the attorney came outside and talked to the media, stating that, hey, the family is going to c
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 4:30am EDT
talking about tropical storm karen. yesterday we teeter to thered on it and figured it would be a tropical storm. winds sustained at 65 miles per hour moving north northwest at 9 miles an hour. and look where this goes yes, the gulf coast definitely that's where it's going to make landfall heading towards the rest of today. but the remnants by this time of karen will move into our area as we head toward the beginning of next week. so with that, it's going to be bringing us a lot of rain. we need the rain and we don't want it all at once. also, we have a cold front that's going to be work its way in here as well. so you have the remnants of karen and that cold front yes could be putting down a lot of rain. that's what we can expect as of now. abc2 most accurate future trend not picking up on a whole lot. heading towards the weekend another dry weekend on tap and another warm weekend on tap as well. by lunchtime the temperatures at 81. and since we are going to have another nice day send us tweet us at abc2 weather a lovely photo. as we head through the next few days, this is what y
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 12:00pm EDT
getting ready for tropical storm karen which is expected to hit during the federal government shutdown. but some emergency workers who were off the job are now being called back into service. marly hall reports from pensacola beach, florida. >> reporter: the surf is kicking up along the alabama coast as tropical storm karen moves closer. karen will be the first named storm to hit the u.s. this hurricane season. it's predicted to last -- lash the northern gulf coast this weekend as either a tropical storm or weak hurricane. red flags are flying at all public beaches in gulf shores, alabama to warn of dangerous conditions. >> i'm fine until the wind gets here. then -- then i start kind of getting a little panicky. >> reporter: at this hardware store near pensacola, florida, propoint tanks are highs -- propane tanks are selling at five times the normal rate. >> just in case we lose power you know and then a couple of people have propane generators. >> reporter: there's another concern about karen with hundreds of thousands of workers on furlough, there are questions about how the
FOX
Oct 5, 2013 10:30pm EDT
with tropicall storm karen. it comes about hazardous weather decisions making it difficultak for important informationin to reach residents. we'll have much more later on in the news program. >>> tonight, anger being ang expressed from the family of a a woman shot to death by police ol capitol hill. mariam carrie's sister is as retired police officer. she is accused of trying to ram her car through a white house barricade and then leading lea police on the chase with her 1-year-old daughter in the backk seat. valerie c carry says her sisters had been suffering from post pat dem depression but she did not have a depression of mental illness. >> my sister is a law-abiding citizen? why was she shot and killed when her 1-year-old daughter in the car? why? my mother deserves to know why. we zeer to know why. >> police is d.c. are reviewing the case. he is confident they did thehe best they could under the situation. the police chief said they protected the community. com >>> the man who set himself on t fire on the nuclear mall died. a man douced himself withimse gasoline. the man was
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 4:00pm EDT
karen going to have an impact on our weekend weather? >> no. it slowed down in terms of when we could see the first rain drops here. we have had sprinkles showing up on storm team 4 radar. that was earlier this afternoon. we are quiet right now. just a little bit of instability showers down south. it's where the bigger rains are, the gulf of mexico, central gulf of mexico, what you are looking at, the outer most bands of karen's rain starting to make their way northward. you can see a tropical storm. winds at 50 miles per hour. here is the track, folks. land fall somewhere east of louisiana. late saturday night, early sunday morning. look at the turn. it goes from north to northeast and takes an aim toward the mid-atlantic, our area. we will pick up the rain from karen as well as a cold front in the area. i'll tell you how much rain we could get and when the heaviest will hit in a couple minutes. >> we are just getting started here on news 4. a frightening moment for a group from baltimore. what caused a school bus to crash and roll off the road and how they were able to escape. >>> f
CBS
Oct 5, 2013 7:00am EDT
storm karen moves closer to the government cost. so will she have an impact on us? meteorologist tim williams has the answer in the exclusive eye witness news first warning five- day forecast. >> now here's what people are talking about today. starts now. eyewitness news saturday morning starts now. >>> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm meteorologist tim williams. here on the 5th day of the month. the first saturday of october. it is a gorgeous start to day. a gorgeous day. >> the feels like june. >> it does. a lot of folks are waiting for the cooler temperatures. but if you like the summerlike temperatures in october you got it. look at the start, a lot of sunshine, the horizon is bright. the winds are calm. no rain in the forecast for the weekend and then things change. so if timing means anything, the weekend will be spectacular. it will be. and then things change on monday. our forecast today up to around 86 degrees. about 15 degrees above our normal high. fog out there, that will burn opquickly. partly cloudy skies and warm. toni
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
happen. >> we're tracking tropical storm karen this morning. residents along the gulf coast are preparing for the worse there. forecasters at the national hurricane center predict karen could reach hurricane strength by tonight. a hurricane warning was issued for the louisiana coast and watch for the panhandle. fema recalled fellow workers in anticipation of the storm. we will have a live report from the the florida gulf coast at 6:30. >> jacqui seems like we see that video multiple times every year so they're used to that sort of thing. >> it is go going to be the remnants of karen that will swing this way with the strong cold front. they're working together and we could get a couple of inches so that is good news. so timing and how much rain, a little bit of a question mark but especially if you live in the higher elevations, you will have a better chance of more rain. we will walk you through the whole process. important inch you need to know before you head out the door. the general fog developed in the outlying areas. doing fine in d.c. places like manassas and orange and c
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 6:30am EDT
the gulf right now as we can see tropical storm karen right now trying to get her act together and it's poised to make landfall along the gulf coast so right now what's going on is we have hurricane watches and we can see it in the orangecolors and also tropical storm warnings across the area. so, this will make landfall heading towards tomorrow. so we are talking about saturday sometime during the day tomorrow. so, for us, we will get the remnants in here going towards next week but right now we are dealing with dry weather across the area. and this is what it -- what it look like outside in manchester. some areas dealing with patchy fog this morning. temperature wise, we are in the upper 60s in manchester. 61 in clarksville and edgewood coming in around 62. let's check the traffic now with mike. >> reporter: all right. good morning. friday let's get it on. we are going to talk about harbor tunnel and looking good. speed at 50 and look for yourself. northbound 895 camera looking good. things in and out of the tunnel look good. a couple issues 95 northbound right past exit 67. ther
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 1:40am PDT
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ABC
Oct 4, 2013 5:00am EDT
warm. but we are also looking at tropical storm karen in the gulf. i will tell you how it will affect us and when it will affect us coming up. >> reporter: it's friday. the week felt like three years long and traffic so far thus far looks pretty good. a couple issues in towson. we will bring you the construction related delays coming up on good morning maryland. over 20 million drivers are insured with geico. so get a free rate quote today. i love it! how much do you love it? animation is hot...and i think it makes geico's 20 million drivers message very compelling, very compelling. this is some really strong stuff! so you turned me into a cartoon...lovely. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> new video this morning of flooding coming across south florida. this is miami dade county. all this was during the afternoon rush hour commute from wednesday. a number of cars got stuck and need towing. according to the national weather service miami got 5 1/2 inches of rain. water rose to about 2 feet in one parking lot. and a apartment complex tur
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 12:00pm EDT
karen is moving closer and still more than 200 miles of the howard street -- south of mississippi. a state of emergency has been declared. >>> how called karen impact our weather? tim williams is tracking that. >> good afternoon. they do go through a bit of transition from time to time. so karen while it's still a tropical storm as of the 11:00 update the winds have been knocked back from 65 to 52 miles per hour. still in tropical storm stratus. it's still expected to get its act together and become a category 1 hurricane at some point before making land fall tomorrow afternoon into the evening. then it starts to make its way into our region. all the models have it moving in our general direction. it will lose its characteristics as a tropical storm. we'll still have all a of moisture associated with it and that rain is going to move into our region. it's much needed. we will get that rain without all the problems. right now we're looking at still another warm afternoon. these are the current temperatures. 84 degrees going into this first friday of our october. 78 down in ocean city,
Al Jazeera America
Oct 5, 2013 1:00pm EDT
great plains. and it's a state of emergency along the gulf coast as tropical storm karen approaches. one in two evacuation orders listen as tropical storm karen weakens. we have a lot to talk about, eboni. >> meteorologist: it has weakened significantly but we are going to see lifting northward as it does it's going to bring plenty of rainfall here along the gulf coast and we're going to see that rain in louisiana and back in the panhandle of florida. localized areas could see six inches of rain and as it weakens it will be a rainmaker with some wind and impact will lesso lesss we expect landfall around louisiana late tonight and early on sunday morning. nothing too significant there outside of the heavy rainfall. and very localized amounts. we've been watching this big storm system along the midwest. we've had frozen precipitation and snow and mixed bag of precipe we see winding down in the dakotas. it's mostly rain but it's coming from this frontal boundary stretching from the lakes in the midwest. the tornado threat is to not widespread but not a concern. as far as temperatures w
Al Jazeera America
Oct 4, 2013 11:00am EDT
. president obama skips two international conferences, gearing for tropical storm karen with fears it could turn into a hurricane. ♪ >>> the door is apparently slammed shut to negotiations on capitol hill. we are in our fourth day of the federal government shutdown. here are the latest headlines. randall pinkston joins us live from washington. good morning, randall. i figure something has got to give. does anyone know what that might be in >> well, while there may not be a negotiation scheduled between president obama and senate democrats, there are apparently intense discussions going on within the republican party in the house of representatives. speaker boehner has it within his power to make a move to get this whole thing settled, and president obama is saying it is up to boehner. the white house was forced to keep his tension on the white house. he canceled his trip to asia because of the shutdown. jay carney said . . . president obama called his indonesian counterpart who was said to have understood the reasons. the president comes on the heels of the president skrcrubbing hi
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
. we should get a first look at the damage later this morning. >>> bracing for tropical storm karen. states like louisiana and florida the usual suspects and that storm moves closer where nearly a quarter of our oil is drilled and the gas platforms have been evacuated. the only storm to make landfall this hurricane season in the u.s. was andrea back in june. they hit florida and swpt across the east coast -- çóswep across the east coast. >> the ingredients haven't been there for hurricanes and that's why it's been below normal. >> late season storms can be deadly since they have been keeping the records. 53 hurricanes that formed in october 16 have become major one of the worst was last year you will recall super storm sandy which store a -- tore a path through 24 states killing 117 people. >>> try telling tropical storm karen to hold off because of the shut down and she will tell you yeah no. fema brought back a number of furloughed employees preparing for the tropical storm. it's expected to reach hurricane strength later today possibly. that's a possibility? >> aid possibility
NBC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
fr florida panhandle. >> jay gray has more. >> tropical storm karen is barreling toward the florida panhandle where a hurricane watch is now in effect this morning. >> we are preparing for a category one and deploying assets in preparation for that. >> preparations that stretch from louisiana to the florida panhandle. the gulf coast is on alert. >> we have started to remove some items from the beach area. we put our lifeguard stands on the other side of the sand dunes. >> windows have been boarded up. some have decided -- >> i am getting out. >> to move to higher ground as karen starts to move in. we are seeing a spitting rain throughout the morning. if the storm stays on track, we could feel the real effects starting sometime later today. it is forecast to make landfall late saturday into sunday morning. jay gray, wbal-tv 11 news. >> we have a second school delay to pass along with you this morning. kent county school will open one hour late today because of fog. millions have seen the video of the brawl on the west side highway in new york. now one of the bikers is speaking out. >
Univision
Oct 4, 2013 5:35am PDT
karen podrÍa llegar el fin de semana. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn", con ilia calderon y enrique acevedo. ♪ >>> buenas noches, bienvenidos a esta trasmisiÓn especial desde los Ángeles, y empezamos con informaciÓn que se genero del otro lado del paÍs. una excepcional persecuciÓn en la que una mujer perdiÓ la vida luego de ser perseguida por patrullas de la policÍa del congreso desde la casa blanca hasta la sede legislativa. y tambiÉn desde temprano vilma estuvo pendiente. ella tiene la historia. >>> el pÁnico se desatÓ cuando un auto llegÓ a toda velocidad huyendo de la policÍa tras intensar cruzar barreras de seguridad. se observan varias patrullas y personas del servicio secreto apuntandole a la conductora, ella retrocede con fuerza. los policÍas se alejan un poco pero continÚan apuntandole. la conduductora se escaba de los autos que la hahabrÁn acorralado. aumenta la confusiÓn, y el vehÍculo infinity emprende su nuida, el automÓvil no se detiene a pesar que tiene patrulla persesiguiendolas. y la gente salÍa del capitolio despavorida. aquÍ se ve al policia
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 4:00pm EDT
with each ticket. >>> tropical storm karen is fast approaching the u.s. it will be the first named storm to make land fall during the atlantic hurricane season. as marly hall reports for wjz, the government shutdown could prevent help from getting to the hardest hit areas. >> the surf is whipping up along the northern gulf coast, the first sign of what's on the way. karen is moving fast and is expected to make land fall saturday. >> forecasters predict karen could bring as much as 10 inches of rain to some areas. >> it's going to be a big rain event. there will be flooding. >> the wind is pick ing up in pensacola beach but the sky is mostly clear. a hurricane watch is in effect. >> some emergency officials have expressed concern they could face problems getting help to stricken areas because of the partial government shutdown. hundreds of thousands of federal workers are on furlough. the white house said some of those employed have been called back to help prepare for karen. local fire departments are getting ready. >> some people don't heed the warning. they will stay, decide to s
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
five day forecast, we'll talk about tropical storm karen and this warm weekend we're in for coming up in just few moments. >>> here is your rush from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> not seeing any fog on the western shore. we are seeing an accident. that one is going to be at 702 at hyde park road. this one a vehicle into a building on taylor avenue at lock raven boulevard. speeds still great out there on all the main roads, including the beltway and 95. that's a live look outside at the west side of the beltway at 70. a look at the topside still a lot of space in between the cars out there. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> we also have two eastern shore school advisories. kent county schools are operating oh one hour day, queen anne's county operating on a 90 minute delay with no morning pre-k. >>> a high speed chase bringing our nation's capitol to a standstill. now police are trying to figure out what motivated a dental hygienist from connecticut. derek valcourt caught up with people caught up in the chaos. first
ABC
Oct 1, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. this could become karen. we'll talk about your weekend and what karen can do. >>> a colorado teen administrationer -- teen plead guilty to all charges. he could spend the rest of his life in for kidnapping jessica ridgeway. he also plead guilty to attacking a jobber. he enter the plea because of overwhelming evidence against him. >>> a man that looks to be homeless took a pear of scissorses and slashed and stab people. including a 1-year-old boy. nypd were heard a child screaming near west 65th. this is just some violence that's been happening in a city park. >>> howard county police have arrested a 19-year-old. his name is alan jaramillo- jimenez. he also faces sex offense and assault charges. the suspect entered a girls apartment by cutting through her screen. he's being held on $100,000 bond. >>> what would you do if you found yourself in a situation like this. this sended ugly like it looked on video. this was one wild road rage video. >>> almost completely clear across maryland this evening. it's a different story uth of f we have a developing storm testimony -- system. the d
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 2:35am EDT
family say shels suffered from severe postpartum depression. karen travers is following the latest on the investigation from capitol hill. >> reporter: for the second time in less than two weeks panic here at the nation's capitol. family members identified miriam carey as the 34-year-old from stamford connecticut that led police on high-speed chase throughout the city before she was shot and killed. it was a dramatic high-speed chase from the white house to the u.s. capitol. it ended when law enforcement officials shot and killed a female suspect. 34-year-old miriam carey, of stoom stamford, connecticut, who had a history of mental illness. the chase began 2:18 p.m. at the southeast corner of the white house compound. the black car rams in to a barricade. >> just took off. >> carey takes off up pennsylvania avenue, taking secret service and capitol police officers on a wild chase for a mile and a half around d.c.'s aiconic monuments. by 2:40 p.m. she stops at the botanical gardens. she is surrounded by police with guns drawn. she speeds away. first shots are fired. >> i heard gunshots
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
hopkins hospital pediatric center and to greater baltimore medical center. >>> tropical storm karen is moving closer to the gulf coast tonight. emergency officials are concerned they could face problems getting helped to damaged areas because of the partial government shutdown. hundreds of thousands of workers are on furlough. many work for fema. the governors of louisiana, mississippi and florida have declared states of emergency. >>> where is karen now and could it impact our weather here? bob is in the first warning weather center. >> the latest information says karen remains disorganized. if you take a look at it, it's a little hard to tell on this satellite picture. it has not increased. the pressure came up today. the winds still around 50 miles per hour. that's all east of the center. there's a lot of sheer, which is not allowing the storm to intensify. over the next day or so it will come ashore just about we think east of mobile bay, alabama, head up towards alabama and into central georgia as a remnant low by monday, which is still a long way from our region. some of tropical
NBC
Oct 5, 2013 6:00am EDT
for the best but preparing for the worst. the work to get ready for tropical storm karen. plus how the system could impact our own weather. >>> also a busy weekend for metro crews. the station is closed. it could cause you delays. >> how's it going this morning? join us online for the conversation on twitter and facebook. we'll be back on air in just a moment. ♪ nice car. sure is. make a deal with me, kid, and you can have the car and everything that goes along with it. [ thunder crashes, tires squeal ] ♪ ♪ so, what do you say? thanks... but i think i got this. ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new cla. starting at $29,900. >>> metro trains start running in less than an hour but expect delays. several stations are closed for track work. here's first four traffic with danella sealock. >> weekend track work shutting down several stations. so if you're taking metro this weekend, heads up. that station is closed. also closed judiciary square as well as union station. if you're traveling taking gallery place, that metro station, no red line service there however you are able to jump
FOX
Oct 4, 2013 10:00pm EDT
where the tropical storm karen supposed make its way up but governers declared state of emergency including four states alabama louisiana and mississippi and florida. so people here at taking quite serious low. making sure taking everything this is not going to become hurricane because as you that he can very unpredictable. so we just to continue to watch it and see how strong gets or how he tweak becomes we will heebner mobile as well many other spots along gulf coast still have damage they are having. we find that people have been through this before always take very serious low. you have not heard about any one straighting or concerns about thraoding think that will probably one bigger concerns down there? >> right some regions this gulf coast air have been evacuated. and actually, alabama governor robert bentley he has also said that he is worried about five foot surges flooding and even possible tornadoes so that's definitely a worrying thing for people around here. but we have been here all da have seen people taking preptsty lightly. you know, fish. and going out on boat. l
FOX
Oct 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
... 7 year old... kyle aldridge... of baltimore. tropical storm karen... is... heading toward the u.s.... / expected... to hit... the gulf coast... this weekend. louisiana residents ... are boarding up ... homes... / and... packing... belongings... before... karen's arival.../ it's... a... similar scene... in florida... / where... boats... are being... dry--docked.../. the mayor... of pensacola... is warning residents... to be prepared. "we know what storms can do. they can change on a dime, and when that happens you need to be prepared. what we try to do as a government is let people know time is of the essence. make sure you have your essentials." karen's... expected... to move ... thru... the gulf.../ and... likely intensify,.../ potentially into a hurricane... late saturday or sunday morning... near the coast.../. so, ... how will... the storm affect us? here's... dawn brown... who's tracking the storm... in... our weather authority storm center... put the power of the weather storms can do. they can change on a dime, and when that happens you need to be prepared. what we try to d
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 4:30am EDT
monday. we will talk about the latest of tropical storm karen. let's go to traffic. hey, amanda. >> hi, jacqui. we're starting with an accident at route 50 and virginia that has all lanes closed. be prepared to use that stretch of highway just after sully road, you will get diverted this morning and detoured around that. police are on scene investigating that crash. all lanes are open on 66 and virginia. 270 southbound before 370 working a construction zone there so you may run into a few minor to moderate delays at gaithersburg. beach drive is still closed down, that is going to be between that broad branch area as well as wise road, so be prepared. that is going on a few days now, but it is still closed down through the weekend. i'll send it back over to you. >> thank you, amanda. it is that calm after the storm. >> after the car tried to dry into the capitol, we have the latest. john? >> this was a wild scene on capitol hill. in the midst of a government shutdown the capitol building behind us was locked down, this was weeks after the navy yard shooting that left 12 people dead. thi
FOX
Oct 4, 2013 7:00am EDT
mondaysu and tuesday u we geest a cold front and the remnants of what is now tropicap storm karen moving through the region early next week. here is a look at the friday forecast, how about 87. additional warm temperatures, w are talking humidity as well today.ay with generally sunny skies, wei, will see clouds from time to time. that is weather. more on the weekend in just a moment. weather wit with julie wright. >> reporter: right nowrigh there's a train outside of martinsburg, with a 10 minute-delay but it could be delayed upwards of an hour. the accident activity involvingy the four vehicles off the roadf to the shoulder, lanes are opens but you are on the brakes leaving newington from northbound 95 to eastbound 95.bd quite busy this morning, no accidents, volume delays leaving business 234, the lanes are opee on the southbound 270, in fact the pace, better than expected.. from german headed toward 370, no issues to report. traffic will start to slow closer to 28, leaving 28 headed toward the lane divide, outer loop of the beltway, the longstanding, and you're on headed to the
CBS
Oct 3, 2013 7:00pm EDT
in manas tas and -- manassas and 77 in leesburg. we'll tell you where we theta tropical karen will head. >>> coming up, casualties of the government shutdown. some say some not so much and when you get up -- can i play? no! you don't even get football. [ male announcer ] when you've got 100% fiber optic fios, you get it. america's fastest, most reliable internet. it's the ultimate for downloading, streaming, and chatting. -- that guy all over the football field. thanks, joe. if the running backs don't start picking up the blitz, the quarterback is going to have a long night. is that your sister? look, are you trying to take my job? maybe. technology that lets you play with the big boys. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's powerful. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> well metro has seen a 22% drop in ridership due to the government shutdown. the agency says they will only run six car trains. the white house announced that president obama is canceling stops in my lay sha and the philippines next week. and the laramie project because the theater is run by the nation
CBS
Oct 5, 2013 11:00pm EDT
louisiana are bearing down in preparation for tropical depression karen. the storm just recently downgraded. it's off the gulf, heading for land. several areas are under a mandatory evacuation. so far, they've seen wind and rain, but conditions are expected to worsen. according to the national weather service, tropical storm karen weakened as it moved over the gulf of mexico. >>> meanwhile, here in baltimore, skies are clear and it's very warm for october. but karen could affect us early into next week. chelsea ingram is live with an updated look at the live doppler radar. >> actually, yes. tropical depression karen continues to lose strength. it's going to be pushing into the southeastern portion of louisiana late this evening, early tonight. here's a look at the current model. still taking some of that tropical moisture up into the mid-atlantic and we'll see some of the effects, of course, just in the form of rainfall, as it moves in and combines with this front late monday and monday night. we will see a good amount of rainfall. a very hot one. we're 72 right now, but we are g
Al Jazeera America
Oct 5, 2013 2:00am EDT
repair, glitches to the new health care website. >> and tropical storm karen bears down on the gulf coast. welcome to al jazeera america. i'm richell richelle carey. lawmakers to bring the stalemate to an end. we'll get more from mike viqueira at the white house. >> basically we are at the shouting stage now. as a matter of fact, there were several dozen protestors on the capitol steps today, coupling defunding, put people back to work pass the spending bill, that's what they were shouting. the president, the speaker of the house, both engaged in a public relations war, trying to get the public to put pressure on the other to cave, to essentially come to the negotiating table and make a deal. the president says he will not negotiate with the threat of a shut down or with a gun to his head. the president and joe biden left the white house, stopped at a swimp shop that is giving -- sandwich shop that was giving 10% discount to furloughed workers. >> the problem is right now this establishment is providing a 10% discount to all federal workers who are on furlough. and that, i think, is
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 6:00pm EDT
where tropical storm karen is going, what she means to our forecast and has the entire weekend forecast as well. >> but first, we are a week into the new healthcare law, we'll have a check on the affordable care act up next. "i'm terry mcauliffe, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad." these are birth control pills. more than half of american women use them at some point in their lives but ken cuccinelli sponsored a bill that could have made common forms of birth control illegal, including the pill. cuccinelli was one of only five senators to support this "potentially radical intrusion into domestic, family and individual decision-making" why is ken cuccinelli interfering in our private lives? he's focused on his own agenda. not us. >>> it is the end of the first week of the affordable care act. enrollment call centers like this one in baltimore say they were swamped with the request of new accounts, but maryland's health exchange program would have a rocky start. there were computer glitches and they didn't work it out until early yesterday morning. they didn't call us back,
FOX
Oct 5, 2013 6:00pm EDT
apartment. >>. >> coming up at 6:00, tropical storm karen, losing power in the gulf course, but forecasters believe it will start to move again before making landfall tomorrow. >>> head over to my 20 -- -- making landfall tomorrow. >>> head over to my 20 -- -- tonight -- >>.is ther >>> tropical storm karen is heading for several gulf states, alabama, louisiana, mississippi, and florida are bracing for the storms. michelle has the latest on the storm from mobile, alabama. >>>reporter: karen is slowly making its way up the gulf coast. the storm is losing strength, but extreme weather still threatens the region. rough seas and high winds are kicking up. people are getting ready to face the full force of karen's wrath. >> water has come up probably a foot so far. it has not cleared the dock and has not gotten on the roads. p/. >> i'll be picking up the gear, secureing it on a boat. >>reporter: many are going to local stores to stock up on on supplies and expressing cautio caution, but are if the worrie worried. >> i think for the most part, we are safe. i have a few things, my water
Al Jazeera America
Oct 5, 2013 12:00pm EDT
gulf coast as tropical torm karen approaches. he evacuation orders are in effect for parts of louisiana. coverage begins with meteorologist tracking all of these storms. it has been a rough start. >> it has. a lot of weather across the middle of the country. >> that's where that big storm was, snow and rainfall across parts of the dac oatas through the midwest. it's eastward. we will see that press for severe weather again today mainly stretching from milwaukee and chicago and maim hail and damaging winds. wend find winds gusting and we are still keeping tabs on karen, a tropical storm at this time. it will continue to weaken. we have seen a little bit with shower activity and heading out. but here, freen precipitation. a little bit of a mixed bag as we see the moisture wrapping around. it's going to head east. saz it does, we will see a big temperature drop. look at the contrast in our temperatures. we have 30 to 40s back behind the system. ahead of it 79 degrees in chicago. low 80s around indianapolis into cincinnati. expect temperatures to fall at the beginning of summed. w
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